Working Online

Working Online

It is a less common question these days, however sometimes people still ask “Does what you offer still work online?”. The honest answer is that it does, although just like in-person therapy, it is not guaranteed.

I have been working online since 2017. In that time I have worked with clients all around the world for regression therapy, hypnotherapy, inner child work and Reiki. I have also carried out a number of sound baths online, though that is something I prefer not to do these days (it is not as good).

I have been privileged to have been able to help a number of people do some deep inner work for themselves online, exactly as they would have been able to do in person. So, I have zero qualms about offering 1-2-1 therapy sessions online.

I have also ran a large number of groups online since 2017 for past life and between lives courses (both experiential rather than training), chakra work, energy management and various meditation groups. Again, just like in-person groups, the results are not guaranteed however they have been great for a lot of people.

A lot of people have asked me to offer my hypnosis and regression training online. So far, I have not succumbed. There are several of my peers who I respect who offer online training and I am sure they offer a good service. For me though, it is not as good as doing in person training (and especially so for regression therapy) and until I can offer online training from a place of personal authenticity, believing it to be as good, or even almost as good, as the real deal then I won’t be offering it.

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One thing that is obviously important when working online is a good internet connection and a stable platform. I am relatively sure that in all the time I have been working online and in all of those sessions, I have been fortunate to have lost my internet connection only once. I use Zoom, pretty much exclusively, and again my statistics have been excellent in terms of performance.

There are a number of practical considerations if you are thinking about booking a session online

– As above, make sure your internet connection is good enough. That includes ensuring anyone else who uses the same connection isn’t online at the same times and using up a lot of bandwidth. That’s less of an issue these days, however it’s a good idea to check.

– Make sure you can be heard – sometimes in regression people can speak very quietly and I need to be able to hear what is being said. So, it is a good idea to wear headphones/earphones or whatever else may help the volume at your end.

– Ensure you are in a quiet place where you will undisturbed at the time of the session.

– That you have a comfortable seat for the appointment, or a seat for the talking part of the session (at the start) and then somewhere to lay down for the session itself where I am still able to see you.

– Usually latops/Macbooks and some tablets etc are more helpful when a phone, which tends to be less flexible for these type of appointments.

And of course I do recap all of these when you book your session in an “Appointment Guidelines” document

To book your online session it’s easiest to email me

Or if you would like to a quick chat first, then I offer a free 15 minute online appointment which you can book here

If you have any questions about working online, then feel free to get in contact